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Episode 100: Distiller Nicole Austin and George Dickel Tennessee Whisky

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September is National Bourbon Heritage Month and The Bit by a Fox Podcast will have a new bourbon focused episode every Friday.

This week our guest is Nicole Austin, the charming head distiller at Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. better known as the George Dickel distillery. Nicole has proven herself to be a gifted distiller, helping to bring home multiple awards in her first few years of working for this storied Tennessee whisky brand established in the 1870s. But she's also been a huge advocate for the distilling industry in general, and is widely respected for her groundbreaking work in all aspects of the business. We got to touch on all of that, and talk about the newest Dickel expression the fantastic Bottled in Bond.   Nicole's Links
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